After 15 Years Of Dope Tracks, A Jake One Beat Tape Beckons The Listen (Audio)

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In addition to albums with Freeway, Brother Ali, and his own acclaimed White Van Music, Jake One’s production discography extends back to the ’90s, with heat alongside the likes of G-Unit, Evidence, Ghostface Killah, T.I., and Rick Ross.

The veteran Seattle, Washington producer (once represented by Sha Money XL) has been among Rap’s best balancing acts of underground and mainstream Hip-Hop, all staying true to himself, his crates, and the sound that knocks everlasting.

The geographically-titled Seaplane contains 15 instrumental tracks that Jake felt like sharing with the masses. A producer who once broke into Rap through tapes like these, this is quite a gift (as its also available for download), and something that plays exceptionally on its own to boot:

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